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1 Only unappetizing parts of animal carcasses remained for the domestic market.
2 Families can drop the custom of serving unappetizing desserts and start tasty new holiday traditions, Eisenberg suggests.
3 The main course was an unappetizing leg of chicken with boiled potatoes.
4 The soup was cold and unappetizing, but it was all there was.
5 The food, although mainly low in nutritive value, unappetizing and depressingly monotonous, was at least adequate in quantity.
6 She's got that unappetizing little Yank in tow, and she's feeding him the Authorized Version.
7 The food was greasily unappetizing.
8 An unappetizing prospect is one of creeping nationalization, in which only the public sector creates employment.
9 But their service — slightly unappetizing name and all — sports the freshest approach of any all-new search engine to come along in quite a while.
10 Since few people can keep to such an unappetizing diet, researchers hoped that doses of resveratrol might secure a painless path to significantly greater health and longevity.
11 But naked, she was thin and somehow unappetizing, and for reasons I can't articulate, looking at her breasts six inches from the bread, I lost my appetite.
12 There's watercress soup, grated carrots and other unappetizing fare, as well as lots of jogging.
13 Some have referred to it by the unappetizing name " capital jelly ".
14 Sitting below the unappetizing Gagripsh is the pre-Soviet Primorskiy (Maritime) Park, still maintained but "slightly neglected, " says Victorovitch,[www.Sentencedict.com] with "overgrown slime in the ponds."
15 Previous days' food and grime always made a meal look unappetizing, though it never affected the taste.
16 At some point, the hundreds of companies that are listed but not actively traded will also have to be removed, an unappetizing prospect in such a small and close-knit business community.
17 Everyone knows someone who refuses to eat certain foods, whether it's because of yucky texture, unappetizing color or stinky smell.
18 Firefly light may also serve as a defense mechanism that flashes a clear warning of the insect's unappetizing taste.
19 The strained liquid grease will be ready to reuse, and it will not contain unappetizing crumbs and old food particles.
20 Vegetable grower in central Florida are selling big crops of lettuce at prices that have been pushed abnormally high by the Winter, spring rains that made California lettuce scarce and unappetizing.
21 The alternative to Mr. Berlusconi offered by Italy's center-left has proved unappetizing: strife-torn coalitions, woolly proposals, hypocritical posturing. And Mr.
22 Imported coffee was then such a luxury that many Americans drank unappetizing homemade substitutes concocted from rye grain, peas, brown bread, or burned toast.
23 The alternative to Mr. Berlusconi offered by Italy's center-left has proved unappetizing: strife-torn coalitions, woolly proposals, hypocritical posturing.
24 This is the meaning that matters to us because it is this mixed-up-stew kind of meal that gave rise to a meaning of mess by 1738 as feed for an animal and by 1828 as an unappetizing mixture of foods.
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